Jägala waterfall is about 8 meters high and the widest natural waterfall in Estonia. After the waterfall, the Jägala River flows to meet the Jõelähtme River and then through the Jägala hydroelectric power plant to the sea. On the penultimate weekend of February, quite a lot of people were exploring Jägala Waterfall to see the […]
This year, 2020, the snow came down two days before Christmas Eve in Estonia and created the feeling of a white Christmas. However, it was only for a moment and Christmas Eve is warmer again. Merry Christmas!
In 5 – 6 September 2020, we participated at the Tallinn Uue Maailma District Street Festival. Two nice days, some heavy rains and then the sun again. We introduced various nature education games, talked about urban nature and figured out which animals and plants are better adapters in the city and which are more timid. […]
Summer is a nice time for a trip in a bog! Our new YouTube channel FriendlyNature has a video about Väätsa bog in Väätsa Nature Reserve in the evening. Enjoy the peaceful and slightly mysterious views. Väätsa Nature Reserve is located in the heart of Estonia and is easily accessible. There is a 3-kilometer-long hiking […]
Organizers of the Timber Festival in UK published the soundmap of the forests and woodlands of the world. In June 2020, the organizers of the Timber Festival asked everybody to send one-minute sound clips from around the world to compile a sound map of the world’s forests and woodlands. The collected sounds are now available […]
Help Timber Festival create the first ever forest soundmap of the world! Following the postponement of Timber 2020, the festival organisers are inviting people from across the globe to contribute to a different kind of gathering with the launch of Sounds of the Forest, an exciting new mass participation audio project to create a beautiful […]